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Old Tue Sep 29, 2009, 03:29am
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the cardinals magic number is 12. But as they say, you ain't won nuthin' yet!!
and now it's 0.
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Old Thu Oct 01, 2009, 05:22am
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Lightbulb The Yankees are special again.

Derek Jeter homered against Kansas City's Robinson Tejeda leading off the bottom of the first inning Wednesday night, and the $1.5 billion ballpark became the first major league stadium with home runs in all but one regular-season game. [usatoday.com]

In other news, the Tigers, with 4 home games remaining, face the always dangerous Twins once and the White Sox thrice in an attempt to clinch a Division championship for the first time since 1987.

For Cubs fans, that's a 22 year drought.
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Old Thu Oct 01, 2009, 06:13am
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For Cubs fans, that's a 22 year drought.
Are you suggesting that for other fans it's a different length of time, or that Cubs fans can't subtract numbers that small?
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Old Thu Oct 01, 2009, 06:34am
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Are you suggesting that for other fans it's a different length of time, or that Cubs fans can't subtract numbers that small?
Ha! Not sayin' that.
The Cubs won their Division in 2007 and in 2008. That's much better than 22 years in Detroit.
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Old Sun Oct 04, 2009, 07:53pm
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Twins or Tigers or Tigers or Twins.
If Justin Morneau doesn't have a stress fracture, the Twins are packing for the Big Apple.
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Old Mon Oct 05, 2009, 04:48pm
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Miguel Cabrera was drunk on Saturday morning.
For Cabrera, one bad scratch deserves another - MLB News - FOX Sports on MSN - FOX Sports

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Old Wed Oct 07, 2009, 01:24pm
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Wait until next year.
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Old Wed Oct 07, 2009, 01:39pm
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And we're off...

A full day of baseball is underway!!!


Wind is crazy in Philly.
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Old Wed Oct 07, 2009, 01:45pm
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Umpire Crews

COL/PHI
Gerry Davis (cc), Bob Davidson, Jerry Meals, Ron Kulpa, Angel Hernandez, and Tim Timmons

STL/LAD
Dana DeMuth (cc), Brian O'Nora, Mike Everitt, Jeff Nelson, Ed Rapuano, and Tony Randazzo

MIN/NYY
Tim Tschida (cc), Chuck Meriwether, Mark Wegner, Paul Emmel, Jim Joyce, and Phil Cuzzi

BOS/LAA
Joe West (cc), C.B. Bucknor, Eric Cooper, Greg Gibson, Brian Gorman, and Dan Iassogna
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Old Thu Oct 08, 2009, 12:33am
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After one day of playoff baseball...

Philly, Yankees, and LA lead their series, 1-0.
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Old Sat Oct 10, 2009, 09:26pm
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Phillies and Rockies were postponed due to snow. Try it again tomorrow.

Dodgers sweep the Cardinals. Cards never could get it going. Certainly, got to credit LA.

Yankees and Halos go for the sweep tomorrow.
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Old Mon Oct 26, 2009, 05:41pm
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So, Who Ya Got?

Yanks or Phils.....?

Hey batter, batter.....swing batter!
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Yanks or Phils.....?

Hey batter, batter.....swing batter!
U know, ya know?
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